Expanded Guide to Making Music From the Google Hip Hop Doodle

Yesterday August 11, 2017 Google had a Google Doodle with a game that showed the basics of mixing a beat with turntables. It was somewhat informative. If you are feeling creative, you could do the same thing mixing samples. You could do it in a different style… the Alt Right does need more media. We can’t relyon three or four Fashwave artists as we go forward.

Fashed Assemby 1

Sampling and using a drum track should not be a problem in terms of copyright issues. There are a lot of drummers showing off or vlogging lessons. Get your drum track from them.Finding someone with a kit that sounds good or to your liking and a drummer that can play well live micced up well.

To me, the biggest issue is coming up with the sound. What makes things even more difficult in mixing a track is that no more than two or three notes so they can be legally be ripped from an existing song. I think the guys who really made it big have had the patience and the talent for putting songs together in this manner.

I have Audacity which while feature rich is still missing a lot of features that would make the process a lot easier. This is where a midi keyboard and MPC would be clutch.

The two other basics you’ll need to know is how to change the time signatures if need be and the ability to loop.I’m excited to try this out. It’s kind of the next step in making the most of the program. Just be advised, the process while technically pretty easy, it is tedious find the sounds. Think outide the box though.

The head nigger in charge of doing this from turntables and breaking beats is DJ Premire.

Here is a basic track that includes some experimental noise.

You can definitely make some funky shit with this sampling the whole spectrum of White Music.

Scrapping: There be Some Treasure in Them Streets

Everyone living in the right states knows about deposit bottles and many people have probably seen people collecting them. In my area, I’m right on the line with the barrio, some nights there can be more than one guy with a shopping per block. It’s dirty and those out there doing it must find it a shameful thing. Most wait until the cover of night to do it.

If you’re going through cases of water or soda, it’s probably a good thing to rinse your containers out and put them on the side. For every 20 you bring back, you’ll get a dollar. Those Mexicans don’t get your dollar either.

Returning your own deposit bottles is just getting your money back.

If you have and own a Pickup, SUV or Hatchback, you can actually make some money picking up stuff like washing machines. This morning I picked up a washing machine and a microwave without driving a quarter mile. If they’re 200lbs, they’re worth $8. With that and tooling around my neighborhood very close to my house, I picked up another $18 worth of the same kind of junk steel on Thursday.

So, without trying last week, I made $26 dollars. A few years ago, when the economy was coming out of The Great Recession, prices for junk steel was double. The prices for all other scrap metal was more too.

If you start getting down on this get down, aluminum is another thing that people will be putting out soon. You should see a lot of lawn chairs etc. Aluminum is worth 35 cents/lb here.

Copper and brass are the most rare of the street metals. Copper is worth about $1.80/lb right now and brass $1.20/lb. Air Conditioners are good too. Small modern ones can just be turned in for like $5. You might want to take apart the big ones which involves cutting the Freon line and creating a big Freon cloud. An A/C that is 100lbs is worth way more than $5 though.

Motors, lead and car and marine batteries are all worth money too.

This is obviously not for everybody and if you live with your parents, I doubt they’d want you setting up a workshop and storing metal… for however long.

Back when the prices were good and I was more interested in this, it wasn’t hard to make $3500 or more for the season. I could pay my car insurance and have $1500 to play with.

How to Make a Moon Man (Tutorial)

My Moon Man: https://soundcloud.com/pat-morish/going-to-new-york

 

How to Make a Moon Man

 Moon Man songs and albums have been around for quite some time now. He is an icon on the Alt-Right. I don’t think anyone would be able to say how many songs and albums Mr. Moon has made. No one can say how many of the lower races Moon Man has killed either.

What is known is that Moon Man will be around causing destruction and mayhem for the (((globalists))) and their pets for quite some time.

Moonman Oven

To proliferate the Moon Man legend for Soundcloud, you will need at least two programs. To make do it for Youtube, you are going to need at least three.

The first thing you need and the thing you need above all is a concept for your song and or album. Having Moon Man just rag on niggers is getting a little old although, you could try to make a more polished version of what the pioneers made. Some people have done that real well though too in terms of viewership. Maybe Moon Man rampages though Hollywood. Keep it current and relatable. You could include something like Live Schreiber and his gender queer son. Then again, maybe Moon Man goes after druggies in the Philippines only to find out Duterte is a Commie asshole.

That’s how I write. I’ve never cared for how rappers spit as little as three to five bars with little continuity. The Ghostface Killah for example is indicative of that style although the (((industry media))) says he does it as “stream of consciousness.” Like it’s some high art…

Really though, most rappers rap without continuity.

 

Getting Down to Brass Tacks

So, the first and most important thing you are going to need is the “Natural Reader 14.” You might be able to get away with the free version to start. That is, you can use that so long as you can get the voice called “Mike 14.” Mike 14 is the Moon Man voice.

Natural Reader 14 is an easy program to use, you can write your rhymes right in the program or copy pasta them. Then you process them and can even do so in real time.

The second program you are going to need is Audacity. Audacity is a free audio editing software. You will need it both to cut up/edit beats and add the vocal track to your beats. To me, this is more of the art but, can be pretty quickly mastered. There are plenty of tutorials to help you along the way and Audacity, I am sure is much easier to use than a $600 professional program.

So, you need:

Natural Reader 14 or Natural Reader Trial

Audacity

A beat

 

Beats can be found pretty easily on Youtube but finding the right one and the one that is formatted right without any monkey noises can be tough. If you’re looking to make a Moon Man, I hope you know a few artists that you can search. If not, there are plenty of DRM free – copyright free – songs if you search for them. A search for “Hip Hop Instrumentals” will work too. Once you find a beat you like, it may be annoying but listen through the whole thing. You do not want to be halfway through the project to find that the hype men are still on the “instrumental” track.

Note: you could potentially cut up a track with a bunch of jibber jabber on it and loop it. It’s pretty easy but, how to do that is beyond the scope of this “How To” and it’s not always workable.

To download a Youtube video as an MP3, you can use: https://ytmp3.cc/

The Final Product:

After each verse on the Natural Reader you produce, sync it up with the beat and see if it is “in time” and the right length. Then continue to do that with the rest of your verses. A song between 2:30 minutes long and 3:30 minutes long is as long as you are going to want to do. Again, you can cut down the track. Hooks, the rapper’s chorus can sometimes be hard to sync up. You may even want to insert those onto the tracks first.

With the rhymes you write, it may be necessary to go back and tweak things in the song like punctuation, repeating words, tempo and the words themselves. Nigga might sound better on the program than nigger etc.

In my estimation, it is going to take you 4-8 hours to get a song produced especially on your first go around. On the positive side, the more you listened to music, the more you were around music and the more music you’ve played, the easier it will be to get your Moon Man produced.

 

Uploading to Soundcloud

You can definitely link your Facebook Account to Soundcloud for an easy start. Other kinds of accounts I believe are linkable too. I haven’t put Moon Man raps on my Youtube.

 

Uploading To Youtube  

To upload, number one, you are going to need a Youtube Account. That stuff is all easy especially if you have a gmail account. More importantly, you are going to need a video or slideshow program. I have Videopad. What you want to use and if you can find a free on is up to you. You put the audio in, you put a background in and convert it into an MP4. Then you upload it to Youtube.